Monthly archive

December, 2015

  • Dec 12 12 p.m. Squirts Hockey 3 p.m. Squirts Hockey 6 p.m. High School Hockey vs Missoula Dec 13 8 a.m. High School Hockey vs Missoula 10 a.m Squirts Hockey 1:30 p.m. Squirts Hockey Dec 17 4 p.m.  GBB vs St. Labre Dec 18   4 p.m. GBB vs Sidney Dec 19 8-4 U14 Hockey 6 p.m. High School Hockey vs Flathead Dec 19 ...continued... 4 p...
  • Dec 12 12 p.m. Squirts Hockey 3 p.m. Squirts Hockey 6 p.m. High School Hockey vs Missoula Dec 13 8 a.m. High School Hockey vs Missoula 10 a.m Squirts Hockey 1:30 p.m. Squirts Hockey Dec 17 4 p.m.  GBB vs St. Labre Dec 18   4 p.m. GBB vs Sidney Dec 19 8-4 U14 Hockey 6 p.m. High School Hockey vs Flathead Dec 19 ...continued... 4 p...
  • The WMS girls basketball teams have been busy. The girls played Glendive on Nov. 21.  The 7th Grade White and Blue teams played at home.   The White team played well together and ran their offense well. They beat Glendive 29-10.  Scoring for White were AnneMarie Hagemeister with 1, and Sarissah Hagemeister and Grace...
  • The CCDHS Cowboys wrestlers had their first home dual of the season Tuesday night against Colstrip and Broadus. Colstrip took first, Broadus was second and the Cowboys came in third. The Cowboys had nine wreslters compete: Kon Speelmon, Joe Murnion, Ty Zehms, Liam Pauley, Torrey Watts, Kayden Hager, Danny Newby, Josh Sundgren and Caid Dickman....
  • The men’s and women’s Pioneer teams took on the Dawson Community College Buccaneers last night and both came away with a win. The ladies started off the night taking on the aggressive Lady Bucs. DCC gave the Lady P’s a run for the their money throughout, playing fast and taking a lot of turnovers from Miles. A few traveling calls...
  • 12 —  Formal wreath laying ceremony hosted by Patriot Guard Riders, in conjunction with Wreaths Across America project, 10 a.m., Eastern Montana State Veterans Cemetery, south of Miles City. 2nd Annual Shop With a Cop, 11 a.m.-3 p.m., after shopping at Wal-Mart will have food, games and wrap gifts at Washington Middle School....
  • Miles City Council president and Mayor Elect John Hollowell presided over the second to last city council meeting of 2015 on Tuesday. While several items prompted considerable discussion, most were quickly addressed. One of the longer discussions involved a presentation by John Goff of the Milestown Community Improvement, Inc. on the proposed band...
  • Hermilo Cruz passed away on the early morning of December 3, 2015, his strong will finally giving in to a tired heart. His toughness mixed with a generous spirit made “Grandpa” a truly special man. Hermilo is survived by his children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews and his neighbors who are already missing him....
  • Most people remember the supposedly groundbreaking federal No Child Left Behind Act from the early 2000s that was supposed to improve student achievement and change the culture in schools. Many will also remember how the reform wasn’t as successful as hoped. In Tuesday night’s meeting of the Miles City Unified Board of Trustees, the...
  • The thermometer on the side of the Elks building tracking the fundraising for Wreaths for Vets reached the top mark last week, a welcome sign that the project has hit its goal. Chairman Tony Lamb said the Elks collected about $4,400 for wreaths, slightly more than the goal they had set. That was fortunate, because there have been more veterans...